(8-9 p.m., 6ABC) - Party time! Excellent? Chaotic is more like it. As the staff at Mode prepares for the annual Black and White Ball, Amanda (Becki Newton) prepares to go public with the news that she's Fey Sommers' daughter, and Claire (Judith Light) prepares to crash the party. Betty (America Ferrera) can't decide whether she likes or hates the odd new sandwich guy, Gio (Freddy Rodriguez).
(8-10 p.m., Fox29) - So it shares a few plot points with other flicks: the
-like grouch and chatty sidekick, the creatures-aiding-young-human premise of
Who cares? It's fun. Ray Romano, John Leguizamo and Denis Leary give voice to a cranky mammoth, motor-mouth sloth, and sneaky saber-toothed tiger who join forces to get a human infant back to its tribe. Actually, the tiger plans to take the baby home as an hors d'oeuvre, but he'll come around.
(8:30-9 p.m., NBC10) - Let the games begin! Jack (Alec Baldwin) learns that Don (Rip Torn) may be retiring as head of GE and wants to go for the job. His nemesis, Devin (Will Arnett), has the inside track, though, having just gotten engaged to Don's daughter. Another obstacle: Word gets out about Jack's heart attack. Liz (Tina Fey) is being pressured to get her life together. Jenna (Jane Krakowski) enjoys her new body and newfound fame.
The Ninth Annual Family Television Awards
(9-10 p.m., CW57) - The winners at this ceremony won't be thanking the academy or the fans, but the sponsors. These awards for television deemed suitable for all ages are given by the Family Friendly Programming Forum, created by the Association of National Advertisers. Among the shows and stars being honored are
and its star, America Ferrera, and
High School Musical 2
and its leading hottie, Zac Efron. Phil Keoghan (
The Amazing Race
Without a Trace